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Affirmative YEStation® MAX Linux Thin Client VIA with 733MHz PROCESSOR, w/ ICA, RDP,YESterm 5250/3270, NETSCAPE AND JVM

Part Number: 2814
Price: $495


Affirmative YEStation MAX 2814 Linux Thin Client

Affirmative YEStation MAX Linux Thin Client

Affirmative Thin Client Terminal

YEStation® MAX
Affirmative Computer Products® is proud to announce two high-end models, dubbed YEStation® MAX. The model 2814 runs embedded Linux while the model 2817 runs Windows XP Embedded (XPe). Both units are configured for maximum performance and are tailored to the needs of AS/400 and iSeries users. The new YEStation® MAX is built around an Intel-compatible Eden 733 MHz processor, the fastest chip available with convection cooling, eliminating the need for a fan and preserving the no-moving-parts design employed by all Affirmative Thin Clients.

YEStation® MAX has a small foot print, only 9.25 by 8.25 by 2.0 inches, and can be mounted vertically or horizontally, even under a monitor. The unit weighs only 3.5 pounds allowing for optimal mounting options, and low shipping costs.

YEStation® MAX, model 2814, provides 5250e and 3270e terminal emulation with a built-in Graphical User Interface option as well as ICA and RDP clients for connections to Windows Terminal Services and Citrix servers. The local Internet Browser is Netscape 7.X (identical to Mozilla) for access to Web Enabled Applications, including email.

Model 2817 runs Windows Embedded XP (XPe) and includes YESterm IP, Internet Explorer 6, ICA, RDP and Outlook Express. The standard configuration has 256MB Compact Flash and 128MB RAM. This model can run any Windows-compatible application using local resources, or via Windows Terminal Services or Citrix.


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